‘Worth the Wait’ shows off Lindsay Ell’s talent in all capacities, as a guitarist, vocalist and songwriter.
RaeLynn’s life has changed dramatically since her reality-television days, including a marriage and a record label change, all of which and more she documents on WildHorse.
Jillian received her own film premiere with a 10-minute video that included previews of seven new songs from her forthcoming project.
Deep South is a celebration of all the things that Josh Turner has come to be depended on musically, and the singer doesn’t disappoint.
Sunny Sweeney proves that she deserves to be front and center with the release of her latest album, Trophy.
“We will never, ever forget this night. Never, ever, ever! Thank you for being here,” the band’s Kimberly Schlapman told the audience.
The class of 2017 New Faces of Country Music took the stage Friday evening for an unforgettable night of music inside Nashville’s Omni Hotel.
New faces lead the way throughout the Country Radio Seminar lunch, which gave way to a look at what tunes will soon be blasting through the speakers of every country radio listener.
The three iconic singers brought down the house for a once-in-a-lifetime guitar siff-off in the Ryman for radio programmers.
The 12-track album was produced by frequent collaborator Jay Joyce and merges the fun with the somber for a release that continues to showcase Little Big Town’s staying power.
Performing on-board a plane is something Drake White won’t soon forget.
Vaquero maintains the down-to-earth style that Watson has become known for, though there are some moments where he paints outside the lines.
There are some incredible ballads on this splendid album of obscure covers, but what is really dazzling are the songs with a bit of tempo.
By the screams of the audience throughout Church’s nearly four-hour show, it was the fans that ought to thank him for his epic, marathon headlining set.
Relationships are the focal point of Brett Young’s much-anticipated self-titled debut.
Reba’s new album, Sing It Now: Songs of Faith and Hope, includes some of her best performances to date.
The album is proof of the maturing the Georgia-native has gone through and results in a genuine piece of art.
Brantley Gilbert’s The Devil Don’t Sleep was well worth the three year wait. Trust us.
After four days of pool party concerts, unlimited alcohol and scenic views, Bryan still had the audience on their feet and dancing along to his two-and-a-half hour set.
“Tonight, this is my Stanley Cup game seven. This is the biggest show of my life,” said Bentley.